Brands of Pneumatic Tools
Since 1965 B&C Fasteners Inc. has provided quality brands of pneumatic tools to hard working contractors. We sell all major brands of pneumatic tools & fasteners for any project. Our over $1,000,000 in inventory guarantees that we have what you need, when you need it, in stock. Our fastener specialist are here to help you get the job done right and on-time.
Types of Pneumatic Tools
We have a wide variety of Pneumatic Tools for any application from the best brands in the business. B&C is known for its customer service, knowledgeable staff and vast inventory. We’ve got your fastener, tool and hardware needs covered and our experts are more than happy to answer any questions you might have.
Framing nailers are the heaviest duty nailer, and their name is fitting. These nailers are ideal for use on wood framing in heavy construction jobs and building.
COIL SIDING NAILER
A siding nailer is designed for installing siding onto exterior walls. Siding nails have a small head and are ring-shanked to provide a better hold.
A roofing nailer is a heavy duty coiler nailer designed for installing roofing shingles at high speed. The heads of roofing nails are larger, easy to grab and have smooth shanks so they can be removed when the roof is replaced.
VINYL SIDING STAPLER
A vinyl siding stapler can make the job go faster and easier. The gun is lighter, the staples can be easier to apply than nails and offers good holding capability.
COIL PALLET NAILER
Pallet nailers look and function very similar to a framing nailer but are designed for industrial applications, such as building and repairing pallets and crates.
HARDWOOD FLOORING NAILER
Uniquely designed to make quick work of laying tongue-and-groove floorboards, coil flooring nailers ensure that nails (or cleats) are driven at the right angle and depth every single time.
Lightweight sheeting/plywood Staplers come with rapid fire engines that produce 10 or more staples per second.
These palm-sized nail guns work in the same way as their full-size counterparts, but on a much smaller scale. Palm nailers are ideal for tight spots, joist hangers and other small projects.
A brad nailer can be used in just about any application that requires a 15- or 16-gauge nail such as baseboards, crown mouldiing, or trim work.
A trim nailer can also be used for finish carpentry work, and they are designed to be used with specific sized nails for crown molding & baseboards.